|Objects donated by the Korean-Vietnamese Peace Foundation. |Viet Nam News
ĐÀ NẴNG — The Korean-Vietnamese Peace Foundation donated 52 items — including documents, photos, books, visual dics, postcards and the ‘Việt Nam Pieta’ statue—to the central city’s museum during a visit on Tuesday.
According to the museum managing board, the statue was released to commemorate 41 years of the end of Việt Nam war by the Korean-Vietnamese Peace Foundation.
The work was created to call on the South Korean government to take responsibility for massacres of Vietnamese civil residents by South Korean troops during the American War in Việt Nam.
It was the foundation’s first donation to the museum, a response to a call for donation of exhibits from domestic and foreign collectors.
The museum covers 3,000sq.m and displays 2,500 objects, photos and document related to culture of Đà Nẵng and neighbouring central provinces. — VNS
|Representative of the Korean-Vietnamese Peace Foundation donates documents, photos, books, visual dics, postcards and a statue for Đà Năng city’s Museum. VNS Photos Công Thành|